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If Nadler thinks Trump committed crimes , why not begin impeachment? "I've known him for 30 years as a prosecutor and a friend". Rep. Jerrold Nadler , the chairman of the House committee that would be in charge of impeachment says the panel is requesting documents Monday from more than 60 people from Trump's administration, family and business as part of a rapidly expanding Russian Federation investigation.
  • McConnell: Enough Senate votes to reject Trump's wall move

    McConnell: Enough Senate votes to reject Trump's wall move

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    Sen. Rand Paul , R-Ky., at the Capitol in 2018. The Senate likely now has enough votes to pass a measure blocking President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration after Sen. Under the declaration , Trump would divert $3.6bn from military construction to erect more border barriers, having been denied his requested funding by Congress, after a 35-day government shutdown over the issue.
  • Schiff: House Intel Focusing on Moscow Trump Tower Deal, Potential Money Laundering

    Schiff: House Intel Focusing on Moscow Trump Tower Deal, Potential Money Laundering

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    Meanwhile, Williams said many conservative students face "discrimination, harassment or worse if they dare speak up on campus". The crowd repeatedly chanting "Lock her up!" has created a stir online among left-leaning outlets, which appear to be taking the chants of the enthused crowd far more seriously than Trump , who is clearly having a blast playing up the moment and taking it for what it is: a crowd having some fun with a president they find highly entertaining.
  • House panel widens Trump obstruction and abuse of power probe

    House panel widens Trump obstruction and abuse of power probe

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    The latest move by the US House Judiciary Committee to launch an investigation into allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of justice by US President Donald Trump is actually a huge "trap" for Democrats themselves, Jim Kavanagh, editor of thepolemicist.net, told Sputnik.
  • Tornadoes kill at least 14 in Lee County, Alabama

    Tornadoes kill at least 14 in Lee County, Alabama

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    Lee County Coroner Bill Harris said the victims range in age from children to older adults. Search and rescue operations were called off Sunday evening at 10 p.m., when the darkness and cold made it too risky to sift through ripped up metal and wood.
  • Flood waters wash over California's wine country

    Flood waters wash over California's wine country

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    As of Thursday morning, waters were finally beginning to come down, and there had been no calls for emergency rescues in Guerneville overnight, the sheriff's office said. The sheriff's office also posted two photos of a man standing at the edge of a flooded road in Forestville, located about 15 miles away from Guerneville.
  • Venezuela's Guaido urges supporters to protest on Monday

    Venezuela's Guaido urges supporters to protest on Monday

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    Military officials last weekend blocked an opposition-backed effort to bring food into the country via its borders with Colombia and Brazil , leaving two aid trucks in flames and five people dead. Maduro says Guaido is trying to foment a US -backed coup against him. A US proposed resolution on calling for presidential elections and unimpeded aid failed in the U.N.
  • Two girls missing from Benbow in Humboldt County

    Two girls missing from Benbow in Humboldt County

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    A photo released by the sheriff's department showed Caroline, dressed in a pink sweater and matching rain boots, speaking with a firefighter shortly after she and her big sister were found. "Please do not operate a drone in the search area", Honsal added. Honsal said the sisters were discovered at about 10:30 a.m. local time by Piercy, California, Fire Chief Delbert Crumley and firefighter Abram Hill, who were among almost 200 rescuers from across the state who joined the search.
  • Backed force expects ‘decisive battle’ against Islamic State

    Backed force expects ‘decisive battle’ against Islamic State

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    There was no sign of the assault ending by Sunday afternoon as the IS fighters - believed to be predominantly foreign jihadists - put up fierce resistance. After declaring its "caliphate" across large swathes of territory it had seized in flash offensives in Syria and neighboring Iraq, IS attracted thousands of foreigners to live under its rule and defend its realm.
  • Jerrold Nadler says Democrats not ready for Trump impeachment effort

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    Nadler told Stephanopoulos that "impeachment is a long way down the road" and "we're far from making decisions" about whether pursue it. "Before you impeach somebody, you have to persuade the American people that it ought to happen". House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy attacked Nadler as having an impeachment agenda. Special counsel Robert Mueller is wrapping up his work into possible questions of Trump campaign collusion and obstruction in the Russia's interference in the 2016 ...